Datalogic has announced consolidated sales revenues of 86.7 million in the first half of 2005 (1H05), with growth of +28% vs. 67.4 million in 1H04. In the second quarter (2Q05) revenues rose to 47.1 million, growing by +34% vs. 35.1 million in 2Q04.
The Groups consolidation area has changed since 2004, because revenues for 2005 also include the sales both of the company Laservall, consolidated as from 3Q04, and of the US company Informatics, acquired and consolidated as from March 2005.
These are the preliminary revenue figures for 1H05 of Datalogic, a company listed in the TechStar segment (high-growth companies with innovative business models or high-tech products/processes) of the Milan Bourse and active in the design, production and distribution of bar code readers and RFID systems.
The performance of bookings i.e. orders already received was particularly positive, with the order book rising to 94.5 mn during 1H05, with growth of +43% vs. 1H04. The major growth of its order book enables Datalogic to have positive year-end growth expectations in a perspective of business and market expansion.
The recent acquisitions, stated Roberto Tunioli, the companys CEO, are bringing about significant contributions to the development in both turnover and expected profit.